More than half of all new televisions are being sold to businesses. But to use them, businesses either need to improvise (think Chromecast and an old Android, or a DVD player playing on loop) or spend tens of thousands of dollars on racks of hardware and bespoke software. Yes, it's really that bad.
But it's easy with Raydiant.
At Raydiant, our hardware and cloud software unlocks the power of these displays by making it easy to display media (like video or music), information (like menus or flyers), and interactive content (like teleconferencing or whiteboards) at a price that any business can afford.
We're growing like crazy and we need your help.
Founded in April 2017, Raydiant enjoys support and financial backing from top strategic and technology investors, including Bloomberg, Inc., Transmedia Capital, 8VC, Atomic VC, and Ron Conway. Our customers include Wahlburgers, Chick-fil-A, Harvard University, the Dallas Mavericks, CiCi’s Pizza, and Westin. Our team consists of seasoned engineers and executives with deep backgrounds in relevant industries. We are looking for like-minded individuals that want to help us scale the business, continue to create and provide great experiences to our customers and have fun along the way.
About the Role:
Raydiant is seeking a Senior Site Reliability Engineer to design, build, and deploy new software that automates code and test deployment for our global fleet. You will contribute directly as part of our core product engineering team building, deploying, and scaling amazing new features for our rapidly growing customer base, which spans over eight major verticals.
We’re looking for a software engineer who is comfortable writing code that creates infrastructure that automatically scales. That’s what a site reliability engineer is. Your instances should come and go as needed and involve no human interaction. We can list specific technologies but often this all moves so quickly there is no one fixed answer to a problem. We are engineers writing code looking for another engineer who writes code, just with a bias towards cloud infrastructure.
In this role, you will be working within a scrum team, reporting to the VP of Engineering, delivering high-quality, well-architected infrastructure that scales, handling tens of thousands of requests per minute for features and use cases across multiple products alongside integrations with a dozen partners, some of them very large.
This position is located in either downtown Vancouver or downtown Waterloo, Canada with company headquarters in San Francisco, California.